Epic Games Store Free Game for August 11 Revealed


Following its typical reveal and release Thursday pattern, Epic Games Store releases its free August 4 game and confirms the August 11 title.

For the past week, Epic Games Store users have been able to claim Lawn Mowing Simulator as theirs to keep. Everything anyone needs to know about that game is essentially in the title, as it is a highly detailed and thorough simulator of mowing grass. Today, it is replaced by Unrailed!, a co-op game where players must construct a railroad together. It’s something unique on Epic Games Store, and an easy recommendation for co-op fans looking for a little bit of chaos.

Of course, Unrailed! will be available until August 11, at 10 am CT, on the Epic Games Store. It will be rotated out for another game, as always, and the Epic Games Store has confirmed that the title will be Cook, Serve, Delicious! 3?!

As its name would suggest, Cook, Serve, Delicious! 3?! is a cooking game set in a war-torn America in 2042. Joined by a robot crew named Whisk and Clever, players must take part in the Iron Cook Foodtruck Championship. There is a campaign where players cook hundreds of recipes, including many brand new ones, across hundreds of levels. It’s clearly a time-intensive game, but if players don’t want fast-paced action, there’s also a Chill Mode.

It’s a solid local co-op game on Epic Games Store, where players can upgrade their food truck, expand their food catalogue, and decorate how they see fit and promises over a hundred hours of gameplay. For a free title, it’s packing a punch here, and it seems reviews are largely good for it too. Over on OpenCritic, it sits at a 79 Top Critic Average, with 83% of reviews recommending the game.

Luckily, where Epic Games Store stands out from Xbox Game Pass and PS Plus is the reliability of its pattern. Game Pass and PS Plus change it up all the time, and that’s not a bad thing. Yet, sometimes fans are left waiting for something new that they want to play, and they won’t know until a new reveal happens. Because Epic Games Store lets fans know a week in advance, it’s easier to plan ahead if someone wants to pick it up. If Unrailed! isn’t for one Epic Games Store subscriber, they already know what will be added on August 11. If that game isn’t particularly pleasing, then they’ll know the August 18 game ahead of then.

Epic Games Store users get a handful of free games every month.


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